Author: Michael Lassell

Inspired by woods, water, and nature’s little creatures, designer Pol Theis builds a dream house in Sag Harbor.

Paris comes to the city in this New York apartment. Susannah Hunnewell and her decorator Fawn Galli, create the perfect home to start a new chapter for Hunnewell.

Fashion and P.R. legend Joanne Creveling sticks to a singular style credo in her 1890 summerhouse on Shelter Island.

A protracted search for an East End getaway leads to a contemporary affair.

At his home and brand-new studio in East Hampton, Jack Ceglic practices the craft of artful living.

After settling on a 14th-floor, 3,400-square-foot apartment in New York City, an Ohio couple's recent transition meant a gut renovation to their new abode. The couple wanted to create a three-bedroom layout that flowed effortlessly and provided ample space for entertaining. They decided to call on decorator Michael Rosenberg.

Decorator Marie-Christine McNally embraces a Jean Nouvel approach to modern living in New York by transforming her client's eleventh avenue condo into a modern family home for two.

The 18th century meets the 21st in mixed-media artist Anita Madeira’s art-filled Bridgehampton home.

What do home-design gurus Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams like to do most in their New York pied-à-tiere? Rearrange the furniture!

Shingled on one side, streamlined on the other, this bluff-top residence is a study in contrasts.

Landscape designer Joseph Cornetta turns a humble Sag Harbor bungalow and yard into a stylish, verdant escape.

Sag Harbor–based decorator John Bjørnen puts a modern spin on a traditional shingle-style water mill home.

At nearly every turn, the house reveals compelling artistic juxtapositions.